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KCMS185JSS ((CS1EKAD)) LG Wall Oven - Overview

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Fuse,Time Delay – Part Number: 3B74133Q
Fuse,Time Delay
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PartSelect #: PS3522743
Manufacturer #: 3B74133Q
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$9.85
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Switch,Micro – Part Number: 6600W1K001C
Switch,Micro
PartSelect #: PS3529293
Manufacturer #: 6600W1K001C
$16.54
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Turntable Assembly – Part Number: 5889W2A014D
Turntable Assembly
PartSelect #: PS3528553
Manufacturer #: 5889W2A014D
$29.63
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Spring – Part Number: 4970WRA001G
Spring
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PartSelect #: PS3524607
Manufacturer #: 4970WRA001G
$10.43
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Diode (Cable, Assembly) – Part Number: 6851W1A002E
Diode (Cable, Assembly)
PartSelect #: PS3529603
Manufacturer #: 6851W1A002E
$30.28
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Magnetron – Part Number: 6324W1A001L
Magnetron
PartSelect #: PS3529034
Manufacturer #: 6324W1A001L
This part is used to generate microwave energy/heat.
$230.59
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Locker – Part Number: 4026W2A016A
Locker
PartSelect #: PS3522837
Manufacturer #: 4026W2A016A
$11.06
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Motor, AC Synchronous – Part Number: 6549W1S011B
Motor, AC Synchronous
PartSelect #: PS3529208
Manufacturer #: 6549W1S011B
$40.98
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TRAY,GLASS – Part Number: 3390W1G009D
TRAY,GLASS
PartSelect #: PS3556218
Manufacturer #: 3390W1G009D
$81.60
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LEVER,RELEASE – Part Number: MFC41909501
LEVER,RELEASE
PartSelect #: PS3629126
Manufacturer #: MFC41909501
$13.34
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Switch,Micro – Part Number: 6600W1K001D
Switch,Micro
PartSelect #: PS3529294
Manufacturer #: 6600W1K001D
$19.05
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Thermostat – Part Number: 6930W1A003A
Thermostat
PartSelect #: PS3530456
Manufacturer #: 6930W1A003A
$14.72
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Microwave would not rotate or heat up food.
After watching a few youtube videos, I used a phillips SD to take controll pannel off to access the switches that sense when microwave door is closed. Swapped out all 3 switched and mocrowave works like new. $20 fix (shipping included)
Parts Used:
Switch,Micro Switch,Micro
  • Joshua from WHITE LAKE, MI
  • Difficulty Level:
    Very Easy
  • Total Repair Time:
    15 - 30 mins
  • Tools:
    Screw drivers
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Motor Burned Out On Turntable
My 8 year old daughter cleaned the inside of the microwave with enough water to rival a tsunami. Resulted in a clean microwave with a fried out motor that no longer revolved. Part came quickly. Took cover and bottom off to get to the part. One screw held it on and a plug. Removed those, put on new part and she was good to go. No trip to home depot today.
Parts Used:
Motor, AC Synchronous
  • Steven from Oak Forest, IL
  • Difficulty Level:
    Really Easy
  • Total Repair Time:
    15 - 30 mins
  • Tools:
    Screw drivers
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Microwave would not power up.
Fun and easy fix for my kids.

The countdown timer was working but no "cooking" happening. Did not hear the familiar sound of the heating part working.

Determined it might be some simple switches for under $15 dollars. Bought one of each. They allow the microwave to turn on/activate by signaling that the door is properly latched. My wife noticed that it was failing and then failed over the course of about a day. Several times where it worked, then did not work. The timer was counting down one time and then when she opened the door the microwave heating component turned on. Guess it had activated the switch as she was opening the door.

Procedure to repair
- Unplug
- Remove two screws on front top - allows you to remove the vent. Realized there was a charcoal filter there that I had never replaced so ordered that after the fix.
- Remove two screws to pull off the front right panel (area where your microwave buttons are) One at the top under the before mentioned vent and one under the microwave on the far right corner.
- Have someone hold the panel because wiring is to short to place it on a ledge while connected or take a picture and remove connections. I simply held it while my daughter undid the micro switches.
- Carefully remove micro switches. There were two "orange" button ones so I chose the top one to replace along with the green button one that I had ordered, so I simply pulled an orange from the bottom and a green from the top latch area. You may have remove the part that holds the switches since it was a little tough with the wires in the way and not knowing how the switches stay put.
- plug in new switches and place in the brackets that hold them in place
- reverse everything you did.
Viola - a working microwave vs purchasing a brand new for several hundred dollars or having to call in a technician.I love that my young kids did this project with me and we actually got it running. Don't like to have to throw away more items at the landfill.

Semi-Handy Man
Parts Used:
Switch,Micro Switch,Micro
  • Dusty from SNOWMASS VLG, CO
  • Difficulty Level:
    Easy
  • Total Repair Time:
    15 - 30 mins
  • Tools:
    Screw drivers
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